Surprisingly, that’s before factors like the environmental impact of manufacture are considered.
That’s, of course, in addition to however much the electric-carmaker has already been awarded there.
The LA Times’ Jerry Hirsch has accused the billionaire of costing taxpayers $5 billion through subsidies and incentives.
That, plus 9,800 new jobs across a range of industries, according to a study.
One step closer to our V10-powered off-roading fantasies.
The automaker employs approximately 1,200 people in its Australian R&D centers.